Interpreting transition matrices
Transition matrices and Leslie matrices
General Maths Units 3 and 4 (2023+)
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This video is the second in the series relating to Matrices and Transition Matrices as part of the Year 12 General Maths (Units 3 and 4 VCE) course. In this video I build on the work from the previous video and look at how we can interpret a transition matrix. This really is a vital skill as it forms the foundation for the rest of the work. I look at a couple of worked examples and then one of the more tricky questions from the VCAA exams. The theory is explained in an easy to understand way.
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